Nineteenth Century Legal Treatises General Studies Fiche Listing Leavitt, John Brooks, 1849-1930



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Fiche: 62389-62392
Noy, William, 1577-1634.

The grounds and maxims : and also an analysis of the English laws.

Middletown, Conn. : I. Riley. 1808

General Studies

xx, [7], 160, [4] p. ; 19 cm.; US-03-616; to which is annexed A treatise of estates, by Sir John Doderidge; and Observations on a deed of feoffment, by T. H., gent.; with notes and additions, by Charles Barton; from the seventh London edition.

Fiche: 62438-62440
Schmidt, Gustavus, b. 1795.

The civil law of Spain and Mexico : arranged on the principles of the modern codes, with notes and references : preceded by a historical introduction to the Spanish and Mexican law, and embodying in an appendix some of the most important acts of the Mexican Congress.

New Orleans : Printed for the author by T. Rea. 1851

General Studies

102, 376 p. ; 23 cm.; US-03-617.

Fiche: 62531-62536
Wilson, James, 1742-1798.

The works of the Honourable James Wilson, L.L.D. : late one of the associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, and professor of law in the College of Philadelphia.

Philadelphia : Lorenzo Press. 1804

Collected Essays

3 v. : port. ; 22 cm.; US-04-221; published under the direction of Bird Wilson.

Fiche: 62661-62677
Kent, James, 1763-1847.

A lecture, introductory to a course of law lectures in Columbia College, delivered February 2, 1824.

New-York : Clayton and Van Norden. 1824

General Studies

23 p. ; 22 cm.; US-03-618.

Fiche: 62779
Kent, James, 1763-1847.

A summary of the first ten lectures of the professor of law in Columbia College.

New-York : Clayton & Van Norden. 1824

General Studies

12 p. ; 21 cm.; US-03-619.

Fiche: 62780
Kent, James, 1763-1847.

A summary of the course of law lectures, in Columbia College : commenced November 8, 1824.

New-York : Clayton and Van Norden. 1824

General Studies

32 p. ; 21 cm.; US-03-620.

Fiche: 62781
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1841-1935.

The common law.

Boston : Little, Brown. 1881

General Studies

xvi, 422 p. ; 22 cm.; US-03-83.

Fiche: 62797-62801
Dutton, Warren, 1774-1857.

An address delivered to the members of the Bar of Suffolk : at their annual meeting in September 1819.

Boston : S. Phelps. 1819

General Studies

18 p. ; 22 cm.; US-03-622.

Fiche: 62802
Wood, H. G. (Horace Gay), 1831-1893.

A treatise on the limitation of actions at law and in equity : with an appendix, containing the American and English statutes of limitations.

Boston : Boston Book Co. 1893

Legal Liability

2 v. (lxxxix, 1041 p.) ; 24 cm.; US-11-55; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 63396-63409
Potter, Paraclete, 1784-1858.

Every man his own lawyer, or, The clerk and magistrate's assistant : adapted to the revised statutes and greatly enlarged.

Poughkeepsie : W. Wilson. 1844

General Studies

383 p. : forms ; 18 cm.; US-03-627; by a Gentleman of the Bar. 10th ed., improved.

Fiche: 63577-63581
Fishback, William P. (William Pinckney).

A manual of elementary law : being a summary of the well-settled elementary principles of American law.

Indianapolis ; Kansas City : Bowen-Merrill. 1896

General Studies

xxvii, 467 p. ; 21 cm.; US-03-612.

Fiche: 63638-63643
Dole, Edmund P. (Edmund Pearson), b. 1850.

Talks about law : a popular statement of what our law is and how it is administered.

Indianapolis ; Kansas City : Bowen Merrill Co. 1892, c1887

General Studies

viii, 557 p. : 20 cm.; US-03-628.

Fiche: 63762-63768
Luders, Alexander, d. 1819.

Tracts on various subjects in the law and history of England.

Bath : Printed by R. Cruttwell ; London : Sold by T. Payne and J. Butterworth. 1810

General Studies

2 v. in 1 (467 p.) ; 18 cm.; UK-03-629.

Fiche: 64175-64180
Duer, John, 1782-1858.

Correspondence between the commissioners of New York, appointed to revise the laws of that state, and Anthony Hammond, Esq., of the Inner Temple.

London : Mills, Jowett, and Mills (late Bensley). 1826

General Studies

32 p. ; 18 cm.; UK-03-630.

Fiche: 64194
Broom, Herbert, 1815-1882.

Commentaries on the common law : designed as introductory to its study.

London : W. Maxwell. 1861

General Studies

lxx, 1006 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-535; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 64406-64417
Bell, Robert, d. 1816.

A dictionary of the law of Scotland : intended for the use of the public at large, as well as of the profession.

Edinburgh : Printed by Alex. Smellie, for John Anderson. 1815

General Studies

2 v. (xi, 789, 146 p.) ; 22 cm.; UK-03-632; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 64765-64776
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books.

Boston : T.B. Wait and Sons. 1818

General Studies

4 v. : port. ; 19 cm.; US-03-633.

Fiche: 66275-66303
Brackenridge, H. H. (Hugh Henry), 1748-1816.

Law miscellanies : containing an introduction to the study of the law : notes on Blackstone's Commentaries, shewing the variations of the law of Pennsylvania from the law of England, and what acts of Assembly might require to be repealed or modified : observations on Smith's edition of the laws of Pennsylvania : strictures on decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States, and on certain acts of Congress, with some law cases, and a variety of other matters, chiefly original.

Philadelphia : P. Byrne. 1814

General Studies

588 p. ; 22 cm.; US-03-614.

Fiche: 66371-66377
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books : with an analysis of the work.

New-York : W.E. Dean. 1847

General Studies

2 v. ; 24 cm.; US-03-634; from the nineteenth London edition, with a life of the author and notes, by Christian, Chitty, Lee, Hovenden, and Ryland: and also references to American cases, by a Member of the New-York Bar.

Fiche: 66479-66497
Uniacke, Crofton.

A letter to the Lord Chancellor, on the necessity and practicability of forming a code of the laws of England : to which is annexed the new bankrupt law : arranged in the method of Domat's Civil law, and in a style suited to the humblest capacity : proposed to be adopted as the form of the statute law of the realm.

Boston : Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins. 1827

General Studies

52 p. ; 23 cm.; US-03-635.

Fiche: 66577
Dutton, Henry, 1796-1869.

A revision of Swift's Digest of the laws of Connecticut.

New Haven : Durrie & Peck. 1851-1862

General Studies

2 v. : forms ; 24 cm.; US-03-636; assisted by N.A. Cowdrey. Rev. ed.

Fiche: 66695-66714
Hare, J. I. Clark (John Innes Clark).

American leading cases : being select decisions of American courts, in several departments of law : with especial reference to mercantile law : with notes.

Philadelphia : T. & J.W. Johnson. 1851

General Studies

2 v. ; 24 cm.; US-03-637; by J.I. Clark Hare and H.B. Wallace. 2nd ed., with additional cases and notes.

Fiche: 66882-66899
Hare, J. I. Clark (John Innes Clark).

American leading cases : being select decisions of American courts, in several departments of law : with special reference to mercantile law : with notes.

Philadelphia : T. & J.W. Johnson. 1871

General Studies

2 v. ; 24 cm.; US-03-638; by J.I. Clark Hare and H.B. Wallace. 5th ed., enl. and improved, by J.I. Clark Hare and J.W. Wallace.

Fiche: 67122-67141
Hare, J. I. Clark (John Innes Clark).

Select decisions of American courts : in several departments of law : with especial reference to mercantile law : with notes.

Philadelphia : T. & J.W. Johnson. 1847-1848

General Studies

2 v. ; 24 cm.; US-03-639; by J.I. Clark Hare, and H.B. Wallace.

Fiche: 67150-67163
Hare, J. I. Clark (John Innes Clark).

American leading cases : being select decisions of American courts, in several departments of law : with special reference to mercantile law : with notes.

Philadelphia : T. & J.W. Johnson. 1852

General Studies

2 v. ; 24 cm.; US-03-640; by J.I. Clark Hare and H.B. Wallace. 3rd ed., enl. and improved.

Fiche: 67269-67284
Snyder, William Lamartine, 1848-1916.

Great opinions by great judges : a collection of important judicial opinions by eminent judges : with an introduction, notes, analyses, etc.

New York : Baker, Voorhis/. 1885, c1883

General Studies

xxiv, 792 p. ; 24 cm; US-03-641; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 67320-67328
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books.

Philadelphia : R.H. Small. 1825

General Studies

4 v. ; 22 cm.; US-03-642; a new ed. with the last corrections of the author.

Fiche: 67329-67354
Field, David Dudley, 1805-1894.

Speeches, arguments, and miscellaneous papers of David Dudley Field.

New York : D. Appleton. 1884

Collected Essays

2 v. ; 22 cm.; US-04-223; edited by A.P. Sprague.

Fiche: 67446-67458
Carter, James C. (James Coolidge), 1827-1905.

The proposed codification of our common law : a paper.

New York : Evening Post Job Print. Office. 1884

General Studies

117 p. ; 24 cm.; US-03-165; prepared at the request of the committee of the Bar Association of the City of New York, appointed to oppose the measure by James C. Carter.

Fiche: 67461-67462
Glanville, Ranulf de, 1130-1190.

A translation of Glanville.

London : W. Reed. 1812

General Studies

xl, 362, [17] p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-645; to which are added notes.

Fiche: 68072-68076
Denman, Thomas Denman, Baron, 1779-1854.

Addresses presented to Lord Denman : and his Lordship's answers : with the proceedings on his first accession to office.

[London] : Printed by order of the Corporation of the City of London. 1850

Collected Essays

iv, 71 p. ; 19 cm.; UK-04-224.

Fiche: 68137
Leeuwen, Simon van, 1625?-1682.

Commentaries on the Roman-Dutch law.

London : Printed by A. Strahan for J. Butterworth and Son. 1820

General Studies

lviii, 788 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-646; translated from the Dutch.

Fiche: 68153-68162
Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord, 1747-1813.

Memoirs of the life and writings of the Honourable Henry Home of Kames : one of the senators of the College of Justice, and one of the lords commissioners of justiciary in Scotland : containing sketches of the progress of literature and general improvement in Scotland during the greater part of the eighteenth century.

Edinburgh : T. Cadell and W. Davies. 1814

Collected Essays

3 v. : port. ; 26 cm.; UK-04-225; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 68315-68329
Sketches of the acts and joint resolutions passed by the General Assembly of Virginia : at its session in 1855-56.

[Virginia? : s.n.]. [1856?]

General Studies

61 p. ; 27 cm.; US-03-644.



Fiche: 68802
Jones, Leonard A. (Leonard Augustus), 1832-1909.

Uniformity of laws through national and interstate codification.

[New York? : s.n.]. [1894?]

General Studies

p. 547-567 ; 24 cm.; US-03-647.

Fiche: 68803
Minor, John B. (John Barbee), 1813-1895.

Institutes of common and statute law.

Richmond : Printed for the author. 1882-1895

General Studies

4 v. in 6 : ill. ; 24 cm.; US-03-648; 3rd ed., rev. and corr.

Fiche: 68808-68868
Broom, Herbert, 1815-1882.

A selection of legal maxims, classified and illustrated.

London : A. Maxwell & Son. 1845

Collected Essays

xxx, 244 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-04-226.

Fiche: 70122-70124
Roscoe, Henry, 1800-1836.

Of pleading the general issue under the new rules of the courts of Westminster : and of the evidence applicable to issues obtained by pleading specially under those rules.

London : S. Sweet. 1845

Collected Essays

26 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-04-227.

Fiche: 70125
Williams, Joshua, 1813-1881.

Principles of the law of real property : intended as a first book for the use of students in conveyancing.

London : S. Sweet. 1845

Collected Essays

xii, 192 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-04-228.

Fiche: 70126-70128
Greening, Henry, 1809-1881.

A collection of forms of declarations and other pleadings usually prepared in attornies' offices : with notes.

London : V.& R. Stevens & G.S. Norton. [1845]

Collected Essays

iv, 206 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.; UK-04-229.

Fiche: 70129-70131
Kent, James, 1763-1847.

Commentaries on American law.

Boston : Little, Brown. 1884

General Studies

4 v. ; 24 cm.; US-03-649; 13th ed. edited by Charles M. Barnes.

Fiche: 73389-73424
Parker, Edward G. (Edward Griffin), 1825-1868.

Reminiscences of Rufus Choate : the great American advocate.

New York : Mason Bros. 1860

General Studies

522 p. : port. ; 21 cm.; US-03-650.

Fiche: 74274-74279
Indermaur, John.

Principles of the common law : an elementary work intended for the use of students and the profession.

San Francisco : S. Whitney ; Boston : Houghton, Osgood. 1878

General Studies

xxiii, 522 p. ; 22 cm.; US-03-651; edited by Edmund H. Bennett.

Fiche: 74310-74315
Bemis, George, 1816-1878.

American neutrality : its honorable past, its expedient future : a protest against the proposed repeal of the neutrality laws, and a plea for their improvement and consolidation.

Boston : Little, Brown. 1866

General Studies

vi, 211 p. ; 24 cm.; US-03-652.

Fiche: 74342-74344
Andrews, Horace, of the New York Bar.

Manual of the laws and courts of the United States : and of the several States and Territories, with a directory of reliable practising lawyers.

New York : Andrews, Gibson and Bateman. 1873

General Studies

443 p. ; 23 cm.; US-03-654; edited by Horace Andrews.

Fiche: 74816-74820
Hewson, James.

Every man his own lawyer, or, The several modes of commencing and conducting actions in the Court for the Trial of Small Causes in the state of New Jersey : rendered plain and easy, with a variety of forms for drawing statements of demand : together with numerous references to the state laws and decisions of the Supreme Court.

Newark [N.J.] : A. Guest. 1841

General Studies

124 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.; US-03-655; prepared and arranged by James Hewson.

Fiche: 75098-75099
Bishop, George.

Every woman her own lawyer : a private guide in all matters of law, of essential interest to women, and by the aid of which every female may, in whatever situtation, understand her legal course and redress, and be her own legal adviser.

New York : Dick & Fitzgerald. c1858

General Studies

374 p. ; 19 cm.; US-03-656.

Fiche: 75103-75107
Freedley, Edwin T. (Edwin Troxell), 1827-1904.

The legal adviser, or, How to diminish losses, avoid lawsuits, and save time, trouble, and money, by conducting business according to law : as expounded by the best and latest authorities.

Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott. 1859

General Studies

397 p. ; 19 cm.; US-03-657.

Fiche: 75320-75324
Kent, James, 1763-1847.

Commentaries on American law.

New-York : W. Kent. 1848

General Studies

4 v. ; 23 cm.; US-03-658; 6th ed.

Fiche: 75674-75711
Davis, Cushman Kellogg, 1838-1900.

The law in Shakespeare.

St. Paul : West Pub. Co. 1884

General Studies

303 p. ; 20 cm.; US-03-659.

Fiche: 75722-75725
Kinne, Asa.

The most important parts of Blackstone's Commentaries reduced to questions and answers.

New York : Gould, Banks. 1843

General Studies

266 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-581; 4th ed.

Fiche: 75733-75735
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

The American students' Blackstone : Commentaries on the laws of England, in four books.

New York : Banks & Bros. 1892, c1890

General Studies

xx, 1148 p. ; 24 cm.; US-03-661; so abridged as to retain all portions of the original work which are of historical or practical value, with notes, and references to American decisions; for the use of American students, by George Chase. 3rd ed.

Fiche: 75906-75918
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England.

New York : L.K. Strouse. 1892

General Studies

xv, 808 p. ; 25 cm.; US-03-662; in one volume, together with a copious glossary of legal terms employed; also, biographical sketches of writers referred to and a chart of descent of English sovereigns, edited by Wm. Hardcastle Browne.

Fiche: 75932-75940
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

The American students' Blackstone : Commentaries on the laws of England, in four books.

New York : Banks & Bros. 1882, c1877

General Studies

xx, 1069 p. ; 24 cm.; US-03-663; so abridged as to retain all portions of the original work which are of historical or practical value, with notes, and references to American decisions; for the use of American students, by George Chase.

Fiche: 75941-75952
Á Beckett, Gilbert Abbott, 1811-1856.

The comic Blackstone of "Punch".

Detroit : Collector Pub. Co. 1897

General Studies

3 v. in 1 (76, 38, 84 p.) : ill. ; 20 cm.; US-03-664; with illustrations by Cruikshank.

Fiche: 75953-75955
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

The American students' Blackstone : Commentaries on the laws of England, in four books.

New York : Banks & Bros. 1877

General Studies

xx, 1069 p. ; 25 cm.; US-03-665; so abridged as to retain all portions of the original work which are of historical or practical value, with notes, and references to American decisions; for the use of American students, by George Chase.

Fiche: 75958-75969
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

The American students' Blackstone : Commentaries on the laws of England, in four books.

New York : Banks & Bros. 1884

General Studies

xx, 1118 p. ; 25 cm.; US-03-666; so abridged as to retain all portions of the original work which are of historical or practical value, with notes, and references to American decisions ; for the use of American students, by George Chase. 2nd ed.

Fiche: 75970-75982
Dunlap, M. E., counsellor at law.

A manual of the general principles of law : as stated in Blackstone and the leading writers on the law of pleading : together with a chapter of suggestions to students, and a law glossary : collected and arranged so as to be more easily acquired by students, and readily reviewed by young practitioners.

St. Louis : F.H. Thomas. 1879

General Studies

246 p. ; 16 cm.; US-03-667.

Fiche: 76024-76026
Kinne, Asa.

The most important parts of Blackstone's Commentaries : reduced to questions and answers.

New York : W.E. Dean. 1839

General Studies

262 p. ; 24 cm.; US-03-668; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 76051-76053
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books.

Chicago : Callaghan. 1899

General Studies

2 v. : port. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-280; 4th ed., by James De Witt Andrews.

Fiche: 76073-76093
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England.

San Francisco : Bancroft-Whitney. 1890

General Studies

4 v. : port. ; 16 cm.; US-03-670.

Fiche: 76129-76162
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books : with an analysis of the work.

Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott. 1870

General Studies

2 v. ; 24 cm.; US-03-671.

Fiche: 76163-76181
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books, with an analysis of the work.

Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott. 1874

General Studies

2 v. ; 24 cm.; US-03-672.

Fiche: 76182-76200
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books.

Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott. 1891

General Studies

2 v. : port. ; 26 cm.; US-03-673; with notes selected from the editions of Archbold, Christian, Coleridge, Chitty, Stewart, Kerr and others; Barron Field's Analysis; and additional notes; and a life of the author, by George Sharswood.

Fiche: 76201-76219
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books, with an analysis of the work.

Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott. 1887

General Studies

2 v. ; 24 cm.; US-03-674.

Fiche: 76220-76238
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

An analytical abridgment of the Commentaries of Sir William Blackstone on the laws of England : ... together with an analytical synopsis of each.

New-York : I. Riley. 1809

General Studies

xx, 279 p., [3] folded leaves of plates : ill., ports. ; 22 cm.; US-03-623; by John Anthon.

Fiche: 76268-76271
Walker, Timothy, 1802-1856.

Introduction to American law : designed as a first book for students.

Boston : Little, Brown. 1887

General Studies

xxvi, 841 p. ; 25 cm.; US-03-145; 9th ed. rev., by Clement Bates.

Fiche: 76322-76331
Wheaton, Henry, 1785-1848.

A discourse, intended to have been delivered before the New-York Law Institute : on its anniversary celebration, May 14, 1834.

New York : G. & C. & H. Carvill. 1834

General Studies

49 p. ; 24 cm.; US-03-677.

Fiche: 76338
Walker, Timothy, 1802-1856.

Introduction to American law : designed as a first book for students.

Boston : Little, Brown. 1869

General Studies

xxiv, 765 p. ; 25 cm.; US-03-142; 5th ed. rev., by J. Bryant Walker.

Fiche: 76362-76370
Potter, Paraclete, 1784-1858.

The farmer's instructor, or, Every man his own lawyer.

Buffalo : O. Spafford. 1824

General Studies

240, lx p. : ill. ; 18 cm.; US-03-679; compiled by a gentleman of the bar. 2nd ed., enl.




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